Severe weather wasn't as bad as I feared it would be today (that happens a lot to me this time of year). The front causing a few spotty thunderstorms in the Midwest, Tennessee Valley and trailing back into Texas will get to the East Coast tomorrow and may cause some more coverage of storms tomorrow.
Another front will push through later this week, but I don't think there will be much severe weather with it. A decent chilly shot will arrive behind it.
In the tropics, we're still watching Paul and Rafael. Rafael looks to be a concern only for Bermuda while Paul will head toward Baja California and some of its moisture may end up getting pulled into Texas.
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Extreme rain through this weekend will cause flooding in the Carolinas; it's not really nice anywhere near the East Coast. Fortunately, it's nice elsewhere for now. The tropics remain active.
While it looks likely at this point that Joaquin goes out to sea, we still have a setup for parts of the Southeast to see some extreme rainfall.
Several separate storm systems will affect the South over the next several day with most of the action in the Southeast.
A big surge of moisture and perhaps a depression or storm will be heading into the Southeast early next week, while most areas west of the Mississippi remain warm and almost summery.
A storm over the East Coast is causing a variety of problems while the next area of interest will be the Gulf of Mexico.
This will be the last post for a while as I am headed down there to live through my forecast for a change. There's plenty of stuff to watch for while I'm gone.